Shoes offer respite for weary immigrant children

Volunteers for Buckner International, a Baptist charitable organization based in Dallas, hear harrowing stories of journeys north to the U.S. border.

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Anti-malaria campaign making an impact, say Baptist groups

Assessment suggests mosquito net distribution is reducing killer disease in Ghana.

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CBF appeals for funds as it responds to immigrants crossing U.S. border

The group has helped feed more than 3,000 people in partnership with others in the Rio Grande Valley.

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Inside a Virginia ministry to prostitutes

They don’t preach or condemn, but a small group of Baptist volunteers is building a community of prostitutes who understand God loves them — and that’s transformative.

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Missourian finds vocation, ministry creating prosthetic eyes

Carolyn O’Neill sort of fell into her career, but she believes God directed her to it.

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Aftermath of West explosion shows both relief and recovery needed after disaster

Each is essential but they’re different, say responders.

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“Annie Armstrong” welcomes WMU visitors to her home church. (ABPnews/Herald photo by Bob Allen)
“Annie Armstrong” welcomes WMU visitors to her home church. (ABPnews/Herald photo by Bob Allen)

A picture worth 500 words: WMU’s 125th anniversary prompts a lively visit

Shifts in the Baptist landscape took on new meaning recently when WMU members touring Annie Armstrong’s Baltimore home dropped in on a once prominent Southern Baptist Convention church.

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‘Traditional’ Southern Baptists counter Calvinism

Move over TULIP. Another flower is blooming this week in Baltimore.

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After 1,200 loads of laundry and 1,800 showers, relief efforts along border wrap up

Baptist volunteers have been responding to a sudden influx of unattended minors from Central America.

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Mohler: If toddlers are mean, chalk it up to Original Sin

Sin isn’t something that children learn, says a Southern Baptist leader. They’re born with it.

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